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Design of a battery charging system fed by thermoelectric generator panels using MPPT techniques. / Mohammed, Mustafa; Qasim, Mohammed.
в: Journal of Electrical Engineering, Том 74, № 5, 01.10.2023, стр. 357-364.

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Mohammed M, Qasim M. Design of a battery charging system fed by thermoelectric generator panels using MPPT techniques. Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2023 окт. 1;74(5):357-364. doi: 10.2478/jee-2023-0043

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Mohammed, Mustafa ; Qasim, Mohammed. / Design of a battery charging system fed by thermoelectric generator panels using MPPT techniques. в: Journal of Electrical Engineering. 2023 ; Том 74, № 5. стр. 357-364.

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abstract = "Thermal energy is a renewable energy source to generate electrical energy that is not fully developed. One device that converts thermal energy into electrical power is a thermoelectric generator (TEG). TEGs are available as modules of various sizes and voltage levels. This paper is about the design of a battery charging system powered by a TEG panel. The TEG panel is implemented using 150 TEG modules interconnected in series and parallel. Its power is transferred to a battery using two stages of DC/DC converters. The 1st stage is a Lou converter that is used for maximum power point tracking (MPPT) by a referenced perturb and observe (referenced P&O) algorithm. The 2nd stage is a bidirectional converter based on buck-boost modes of operation. The system is used to charge a 9 V 1.2 Ah battery. The proposed MPPT algorithm's performance is compared with a traditional P&O algorithm. The TEG panel provided 27.5 W at a ΔT of 30 0C. The designed system is simulated in MATLAB SIMULINK.",
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